Managing International Trail Destinations

The Keys to Success

Similarities of international trails.

Presenters: Pranil Upadhayaya, Great Himalaya Trails Management Adviser; Mark Schmidt, Parks Canada Trail Advisor

Have you ever thought about hiking the trails through the Himalayas or the Canadian Rockies? Although these trail systems are at different sides of the world, they share many similarities. Like all great trail systems, proper management, planning, and maintenance are the keys to success.

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